Those with funding need to know about you and why they should place their investment in you and your venture. This may be a pitch for research funds, a pitch in an enterprise competition or a presentation asking for an R & D budget. It is a skill that is much needed for the next career step.
This interactive course will use your research as a starting point but feel free to come with a business venture idea too.
This course will cover: * The structure and elements of a pitch * What different funders are looking for in a pitch * Opening and closing your pitch * Team pitching * The use of props * Making your message clear
Objectives: by the end of this session participants will have: * Practised a variety of pitch elements * Thought about the audience and meeting their needs * Explored the structure and elements of a pitch * Received feedback